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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Are men responsible for their illegitimate children?

Yesterday, Monday, Maina and Mwalimu were talking about men's attitude towards their illegitimate children. Are these illegitimate children the responsibility of the biological father or the step father? Let's discuss.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Do alpha females exist in Kenya?

Today we shall discuss about Thursday's topic. Yes I know it's Sunday, but what are you going to do about it?

On Thursday, Maina and Mwalimu were talking about alpha females. Maina reckoned that an alpha female is ultra-independent and cannot stand it when a man pays for anything. Mwalimu didn't think that such a woman existed. Let's discuss.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Does Mwalimu Kingangi know the answer to an ideal marriage?

Hi people, I really hope that you have not noticed that some day(s) have been skipped and that today is Saturday. Actually if you had not noticed that today is Saturday I have some doctors' numbers I can give you.

Anywho, let's get back on the horse and discuss Wednesday's topic.

Mwalimu had a brainwave and claimed to have the answer to an ideal marriage: the wife's further studies! So they asked the all important question; if your man/husband tells you not to pursue your further studies or tells you to leave a certain job, would you obey?

PS: And don't ask where I've been. I wouldn't tell you anyway.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Is it true that married women pray for their husbands not to get money?

Today Maina and Mwalimu started the week with another sensitive topic in marriage; money. Apparently some women pray that their husbands not to get money. They believe that should their husbands prosper then they (husbands) would stray. So Maina and Mwalimu wanted to know, was that true?

Friday, August 20, 2010

Should a man deny his wife 'njyes'?

Well, today the roles were reversed. Maina and Mwalimu were talking about men who deny their women 'njyes'. Women argued that men should be ever ready for 'njyes' whenever their ladies are ready. Mwalimu was of the opinion that 'njyes' should come in milestones and that men are not 'njyes' machines. They also wanted to know how often is often enough

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Should a woman deny her husband 'njyes'?

Today Maina and Mwalimu are back to their element. They were talking about a story in the Nairobi Star, a daily newspaper in Kenya. The story says that women use 'njyes' as a weapon against men. Mwalimu was of the opinion that there should be no reason why a woman should deny her husband 'njyes'. And they asked, is denying men 'njyes' justified?

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Do women have a moment of doubt before they say "I do"?

Today Maina was talking about weddings. And he wanted to know whether the woman has a moment, just a moment of doubt before she says the magic words, "I do"?

Monday, August 16, 2010

Is it possible for a woman NOT to want a child?

Today's topic is about women and children. Is it possible for a woman not to want a child? Ever ever? Mwalimu is of the opinion that children are a blessing and are essential to happiness and women who do not want children are very selfish.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Today's woman-eat-man society. Are women out to finish men and their money?


Today's topic was about the woman eat man society that we live in. Mwalimu believes that the ladies we have today are out to finish mankind. He asked whether you have ever heard of a lady who has been bankrupted by a man. Women are out to finish the men and their money.

Should the decision to have a baby be a joint decision?


Today it's all about babies and how and when couples decide to have them. Normally it is a joint decision, but in some cases the woman decides without consulting the man. Mwalimu is of the opinion that making such a decision without consulting the man is a grave offense.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

The role of Wives in marriage - morning show Tuesday 2010/08/10


Today's topic is about the role of women in their marriages. The caller believes that wives should take up a bigger role and not leave everything to the house help. A example given (which is considered good) is that a wife should wash the husband's 'intimates' read inner wear.

Poor Guy with a lazy, disorganized Wife - Monday 2010/08/09


Today's topic was about a guy whose wife is very disorganised. she never does any household chores like cleaning the house, washing dishes, cooking and even making the bed. The house help does everything. So the question is, is this reason to complain?

Wednesday, August 11, 2010


  • Are you a Christian?
  • Do you like soul music and other classic hits of yesteryears?
  • Do you listen to Classic 105 FM, a popular FM radio station in Kenya?
  • Do you know of Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King'ang'i's Morning Show?
  • Have you ever listened in to one of their topical discussions?
  • Do you sometimes get tired of all the "worldly" answers given by the presenters/callers? 
  • Do relationship matters interest you?
  • Do you sometimes wish to give a what-would-Jesus-have-said contribution but never get the chance (or guts) to? (By the way, if you don't have the guts to call-in will be the topic of another blog)
If you answered YES to any of the above questions then don't even think about it just bookmark this site (yeah we know, we got you all with question 3, didn't we?)

The Bible says over and over again, "It is written..." Therefore, this blog will attempt to rebut these discussions by writing what-Jesus-would-have-said.

We promise not be overly fanatical about these topics because they are sensitive in nature and you cannot possibly know where someone is coming from. Besides, who are we, or you for that matter, to judge another. However, please accept mild fanaticism (we do hope that you have realized by now that that is an oxymoron)

We certainly do not claim to be experts in Christianity or relationships or Christianity in relationships or relationships in Christianity or experts in anything for that matter.
But we shall attempt to give practical Bible-based opinions/solutions as best as we can. The opinions in this website are just that opinions. Do not consider anything posted here as being beneficial for any purpose. We are not trying to proselytise anyone, but if you do get converted to Christianity then praise God.
Yaani, in many few words this is the disclaimer post.

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